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Rolling Stones play Beatles in Liverpool

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In their first concert in Liverpool in more than 50 years, the Rolling Stones paid tribute yesterday (8) to the greatest icon of the city in northern England, the Beatles. The band played ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, a song that John Lennon and Paul McCartney gave the Stones to record when the quintet was making their debut on the rock scene in 1963. The Fab Four later released it on the album “With the Beatles”

The song hadn’t been played at the Stones’ concerts since 2012, on the band’s 50th anniversary tour. They took advantage of the half-century celebration to rescue what was the first hit for the Mick Jagger and Keith Richards group, which had not appeared live since 1965.

The Liverpool show, the first in the city since 1971, is part of the ‘SIXTY’ Tour, which kicked off in Madrid on June 1st, followed by a show in Munich. Now it continues in Amsterdam, Bern, Milan, London, Brussels, Vienna, Lyon, Paris, Gelsenkirchen, concluding in Stockholm.

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